After reading the 11 pm Discussion and the mention of Pascagoula to Pensacola as the "landfall area." I decided to go ahead and post this.
Evacuation Jackson County:
Jackson County Civil Defense declared a mandatory evacuation of all Zone A residents including all low lying areas, mobile homes, campgrounds and beach front. The Jackson County Civil Defense highly recommends evacuation of all other areas.
A nightly curfew will go into effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning Saturday.
For current storm information for Jackson County, listen to the following radio stations:
WPMP AM 1580 or WOSM FM 103.1
Hancock County EMA is issuing a mandatory evacuation for Zones A & B and all low lying areas that have been prone to flooding. People in mobile homes should make preparations to evacuate.
The people of Bay St. Louis and Waveland are only under a recommended evacuation.
Hancock County EMA is now working a skeleton crew on 24 hour operations at the emergency operations center. Any questions, please contact the EMA office at (228)467-9226.
Mandatory evacuation for Zones A & B and evacuation is strongly recommended for Zone C.
Emergency management officials said following the mandatory order is a matter of life or death. Failing to evacuate puts lives at grave risk. Residents who stay during the storm may at times have no chance of medical, police or fire rescue.
Mississippi Gaming Commission announced that all Harrison County casinos will close at 12 a.m. Sunday.
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